An e-commerce platform can drive your business to the next level. Allowing your customers to purchase online can help to overcome geographical limitations of a physical premises and expand your audience further, meaning you can gain new customers also with better online viability.
We use an e-commerce platform called NopCommerce.
It’s an open source platform which allows it to be very adaptable system which can be tailored to meet your requirements and excels at generating conversions using a wide range of features; cross-selling products, related products, multiple shipping methods including payment integrations. It's designed and built with being optimised for the responsive platforms and is fully secure, scalable and compliant with a passionate and expanding community of contributors.
NopCommerce and Shopify have massive differences in terms of development. Shopify only allows for front-end modification and uses its own language “Liquid.” Whereas NopCommerce allows the flexibility to modify both the front-end and back-end. Built on Microsoft-backed technlogy means it is security is its top-most priority.
NopCommerce is an open-source platform unlike Shopify, Shopify is known as a SaaS product (software-as-a-service) meaning you are paying for ongoing service.
Do not just take our word for it, read this article: https://www.nopcommerce.com/en/nopcommerce-vs-shopify
WooCommerce is a plugin utilized on the WordPress platform that is free but has a vast number of limitations compared to a platform capability. Performance-related problems are one of the biggest challenges WooCommerce account when surpassing a catalogue above 10,000 products. It also does not have basic features such as built-in google analytics, multi-currency, multi-store, gift cards etc.
You can read more about it here: https://www.nopcommerce.com/en/nopcommerce-vs-woocommerce-differences-in-functionality-and-performance